Hackers dumped another huge cache of stolen passwords, this time exposing what they said are as many 35,000 plaintext passcodes from the website of clothing maker Billabong International.
A post on CodePaste.net claimed 20,000 to 35,000 user names and corresponding passwords were retrieved in the hack of billabong.com. But the post included only 1,435 plaintext user credentials and didn't explain the discrepancy. Australia-based Billabong provides the accounts to customers to make frequent online purchasing more easy. The post also included what it claimed were user names and hashed passwords
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